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. >> president obama tweets, so does the pope, cbs news and just about every celebrity you can name. >> in case you don't tweet, it works something like this. on twitter, users can send messages through a global online network, any message as long as it is 140 characters or less, like this one. in two seconds your tweet goes out to everyone who is signed up to see it and they can send it on or retweet to all of their users and so on until your tweet makes its way around the twitter network and the world, to be seen or answered by anyone, anyone. michael cippe is tweeter's product vp. >> tweet there you go. >> so that just went out to 17,800 followers. >> have you personally ever been surprised by the way someone has used twitter? >> i am always surprised to see people who are talking with one another that you would never expect to be talking with one another. >> like? >> like drake, canadian rapper drops a tweet that says the first million is the hardest, and pickens, the texas oil magnates replies the first billion is a heck of a lot harder. >> this is two people having a conversation on twitt
. >> osgood: israel's prime minister today called the deal, quote, historic mistake. president obama made clear if iran does not comply that sanctions will resume. in afghanistan, president karzai said that he wants the united states to bring peace before he signs a security deal. powerful thanksgiving week storm is working its way eastward. its brought snow, freezing rain and gusty wins to parts of the southwest already blamed for eighth deaths. in the northwest it should be try. chilly across the plains, snowy in the northeast. wet and cold with storm set to take an icy swipe at holiday travelers nationwide. next. >> oh, baby. carats. >> osgood: is this the next cheetos. actor kyle maclachlan. >> get your,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >> osgood: don't let the peaceful look of our table setting fool you. it is a food fight on the way pitting humble fruits and vegetables against packaged processed foods. our cover story now from lee cowan. >> consider for a moment the carrot. if you can, ignore that it's healthy and comes out of the ground. what's left is a food that is snackable, crunchable, somew
: pete souza is chief white house photographer for president obama. >> the title of the photograph is "the loneliest job." and the reality of that picture is he's standing up and he's got his hands on the table because of his bad back. >> reporter: the job has changed since the kennedys from controlled to nearly total fly on the wall access. historical documentation, not much myth making. when you see those intimate photographs with the kennedy children knowing what you do how does that strike you? >> i think it does tell you a lot about him as a person, as a human being, not just in his role as president. >> reporter: his assassination, did people take it personally because they had seen little children around the president's desk? >> yes i think that had a big effect. we're old enough to know that the shock was just unbelievable. we couldn't believe this could happen to him and to us. it was the end of innocence, the end of america seeing itself in a certain way-- that everybody loves us, that they all want to be like us. >> reporter: he looked like hope in all those magical pict
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